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Daily Schmankerl: Antony plays coy on Bayern Munich rumor; Luka Jovic to Inter Milan; Denis Zakaria wants Premier League move; No terms for Erling Haaland; Steffen Baumgart and Ralph Hasenhüttl show their personal styles; and MORE!

Another Monday is here....are you ready?

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Antony smirks at Bayern question (@iMiaSanMia)

Last week, the rumors broker that Bayern Munich was interested in Ajax winger Antony. The 21-year-old was not with the club this weekend when it visited the Allianz Arena because he is currently on international duty with Brazil.

After his team’s 0-0 draw with Ivory Coast, Antony was asked about the recent rumors linking him to Bayern Munich and he could not help but unleash a little smile:

It remains doubtful that Bayern Munch would spend anything substantial on Antony during this transfer window, so it would be hard to think any move will happen — especially if Ajax really wants €30 million.

No terms for Haaland (@FabrizioRomano)

According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland has not agreed to personal terms with any club as of yet:

It is fair to start asking the question on why Borussia Dortmund would pass up anywhere from €75 million to €125 million (based on what exactly you believe) by holding on to Haaland for another season...when he will surely have his rumored €75 million release clause exercised next summer?

Could there be a reason????

Anyway, Haaland has been linked to Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus, and...Bayern Munich.

Hasenhüttl’s pants are glorious (@Ankaman616)

Ralph Hasenhüttl owns some interesting pants. Surely Julian Nagelsmann will have to issue a wardrobe retort to this attack:

Feel the Bern (@FCBayern)

Much like the Chris Richards’ workout video, Berni has his own version:

Jovic to Inter (Sempre Inter)

As Inter Milan reportedly set a nine-figure price tag on Romelu Lukaku, the Italian side could be looking at Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic as a potential contingency plan:

Inter are considering bringing in a fourth-choice striker as they defend their Serie A title and have drawn up a shortlist of options, including Real Madrid’s Luka Jovic.

As reported in today’s newspaper edition of Tuttosport, 22-year-old Andrea Pinamonti is currently training with the squad but is likely to depart this summer, whilst Martin Satriano has been called up to the first team ahead of a loan move.

Real Madrid are determined to cut costs this summer and are actively seeking to move Jovic on, whilst agent Fali Ramadani has already proposed him to Inter, as the Nerazzurri weigh up an approach for the former Eintracht Frankfurt attacker.

Zakaria eyeing Premier League (Transfer Market Web)

We had previously seen that Denis Zakaria wants to part ways with Borussia Mönchengladbach, but now we know where we wants to go...the Premier League:

Sport 1 reports that Gladbach’s Sporting Director Max Eberl has clearly said that Zakaria isn’t interested in signing a new contract with Bundesliga club as he wants PL move. Swiss Int is considered as one of the best holding mid in Europe right now & not only City , Arsenal are tracking him but even other European giants have him in their Shortlist. Even Klopp is a huge admirer of him. He moved to Germany from Young Boys in 2017 for a fee of €10 million. For 4 seasons he has been an important player for German Side. Adi Hutter who was appointed as Rose replacement was Dennis ‘s coach at YB also but seems like that Reunion the duo might not stay for long. Zakaria will be available for sale but doesn’t have any release clause.

Baumgart is is still rocking the Jeff Cap (@fckoeln_en)

FC Köln manager Steffen Baumgart looks completely natural in that gear:

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